Scotland, Ireland, England and France all have some great courses including Royal Dornoch, Lahinch, Galway Bay, Wentworth, Sunningdale and Cap d’Agde, which should be enough to inspire and challenge any keen golfer. They also possess some magnificently scenic waterways, so why not combine the best of both worlds and book one of our unique, memorable golf cruises?
When you join this themed holiday, tee times can be arranged so that you have time to play a memorable round and still enjoy a relaxing cruise aboard your floating hotel with gourmet cuisine and fine wines.
A group may charter a barge for any date. Occasionally on specific hotel barges, individual cabin bookings may be made on specific dates where you will be able to join other like-minded people. If no dates are available you may be wait-listed until other passengers show an interest in a golf cruise.
Note: A minimum of 4 passengers on these charters are required to play golf.
Around half of the hotel barges in our fleet offer ‘golf plus cruise’ packages, so please click on the individual barge links to find out more.
Join Our Golf Cruise in Scotland
April 26 2020 departure aboard Spirit of Scotland is a Golf Cruise available for cabin bookings (Supplement applies*)
Pack up your clubs and step aboard Spirit of Scotland for this unique golf cruise through the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Hit the links at the likes of the stunning seaside Castle Stuart or the famed Championship Royal Dornoch before returning to your ‘luxury floating hotel’ for a wee dram and some stellar Scottish cuisine. Golf cruises include four pre-booked and paid tee times as well as private transfers to and from the courses.
Hotel Barges for Golf Cruises
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